Bertram 35 Photo Gallery

An up-close look at a modern classic

Though it’s been over five decades since the classic Bertram 31 made her debut, fans of the Bertram brand won’t be disappointed to see the latest from the legendary builder. The completely revamped 35-footer has many of the same amenities and features of larger sport-fishers in a small, highly maneuverable package. Marlin took her out for a spin on Florida’s Tampa Bay recently, and also had a tour of the modern boat-building facility.

The boat's helm station features three-across seating, a teak center helm pod and electronics displays.Jeramey Rice
A striking characteristic of the 35 is her spacious cockpit.Jeramey Rice
At the helm, there's a surprising amount of room for the captain and guests.Jeramey Rice
The dash was designed to accommodate large multi-function displays.Jeramey Rice
Belowdecks, a small dinette in the salon.Jeramey Rice
The boat's head was surprisingly roomy thanks to good use of the interior space.Jeramey Rice
The view from the bridge aft was perfect.Jeramey Rice
A galley and counter space lines the starboard-side of the vessel.Jeramey Rice
The forward stateroom is perfectly suited for a couple to overnight in the islands.Jeramey Rice
Thanks to a forward window, the salon felt bright, open and airy.Jeramey Rice
Our test boat had custom seating aft of the helm that looked great and performed well. This would be a great spot to watch the spread.Jeramey Rice
The test boat featured reliable inboard CAT diesel power.Jeramey Rice
Whether for hardcore fishing or cruising, the new 35 is an instant classic.Jeramey Rice

Click here for more coverage from the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, including a 360-degree tour of the Bertram 35.